Henley is one of the world’s leading business schools and has built an international reputation for the development of executives, teams and organisations. We understand that development programmes have the most impact when they present a blend of research, industry experience and sufficient opportunities for practice and reflection.
We develop coaching skills by bringing to our programmes a wide range of evidence-based models, tools and techniques, together with the underlying psychological frameworks. This enables participants to broaden their knowledge, understanding and skills, and develop a psychological mind-set which creates wider possibilities for behavioural change. Our focus is pragmatic and experiential, rigorously underpinned by the behavioural sciences.
Our coaching tutors
Our tutors are highly experienced, senior-level practising executive coaches, with strong grounding in both psychology and executive education. Their work in coaching practice and research feeds back into the programmes at Henley. Our tutors have been published in respected journals, written bestselling coaching books and spoken at conferences around the world.
The Henley experience
For years, Henley has been recognised as a prime source for content and research in the area of personal and professional development. The Henley coaching programmes go far beyond simply acquiring skills and coaching techniques. They also emphasise the coaches own reflective behaviour and awareness, giving participants the ability to employ a wide range of reflective techniques. Our programmes are delivered worldwide, providing a global business context for our coaches through cross-cultural sharing.
Are you planning to develop a new business or looking to grow your existing coaching practice? The Henley Coaching Bootcamp 2022, a five-day programme is designed to give you inspiration, information and practical help to enable you to grow your coaching practice.
What happened to you in your most exquisite coaching sessions? Invariably, all coaches answer something like, ‘I was in flow… effortless… totally in the moment and fully engaged – magic.’ When asked ‘how did you get there?’ most aren’t sure, ‘it just happened, I was relaxed in the session and confident in the relationship.’
Coaching has long been recognised as an effective vehicle to enhance leadership impact and achieve business success. Join our info meeting to receive detailed information about the programme and to discuss with current and former students!
Most of us will spend around 90,000 hours at work over the course of a working lifetime, so taking time to make good career choices is definitely time well spent. Career planning is one of the most common topics covered in coaching sessions, and for coaches who are regularly discussing career issues with their clients, it is useful to understand how people make career choices and the processes of career change
This convenient mini-course allows you to develop the key skills to successfully market your own coaching practice. An online programme that combines the tools you need to expand your marketing knowledge with reflective and practical exercises to solidify your learnings and take your coaching business to the next level.
What are the thoughts of the global coaching community on the effects of the pandemic and the future coaching landscape as we start to consider the new normal? This Executive Report on Future Trends in Coaching provides an overview of a study undertaken with over 1000 professional coaches.
Expert advice, practical learnings and workshops were offered at Henley Business School’s five-day coaching boot camp to help participants grow their own businesses. Almost 300 people joined the programme, which…
In this episode, Professor Jonathan Passmore explains how coaching can be useful to every member of an organisation, focussing on fulfilling potential rather than relentless skill building. He also describes…